Disjointing Famous Quotes & Sayings

1 Disjointing Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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The scholar explained, very neatly, that a play might well have something interesting about it, but no literary value. He demonstrated, without wasting words, that a playwright had to do more than throw in some of the complications found in all novels, and perpetually attractive to theater audiences. Playwrights had to be novel without being bizarre, frequently sublime but never unnatural; they had to understand the human heart had let it speak for itself; they had to be great poets but never let any of their characters sound like poets; they had to perfectly understand language and use it purely, with continuous harmony, never disjointing it with forced rhyme.Voltaire Disjointing Sayings By Voltaire: The scholar explained, very neatly, that a play might well have something interesting about it,